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Setting Multi-Attribute Alarms for Wind Turbine Components

Introduction A significant challenge in operating a wind turbine is to know when there is trouble on the horizon. A primary method is to take measurements of various parameters. Turbines are constantly logging attributes such as wind speed and temperatures. Alongside, there are periodic measurements taken, such as gearbox oil samples. These attributes as a…

Wind Turbine Gearbox Oil Analysis Strategy

By Greg Livingstone, Amar Pradhan and Mary Moon of Fluitec International *This blog is an excerpt from the Wind Turbine Gearbox Oil Analysis Strategy whitepaper. To receive a copy of the full text, request by clicking here. Wind turbines have the potential to generate enough power to meet growing needs for electricity, diversify sources of…

The Frequency of Changing your Turbine Oils

Due to the large reservoir sizes of steam and gas turbines, it is most common to change turbine oils based on their condition rather than time. The most widely used guideline for determining the end of the useful life of the oil is ASTM D4378. A common endpoint is when the oxidative stability or antioxidant…

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